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Our Partners

We bring you all the partners of India Handmade Collective, who work with around 2500 rural handloom artisans put together and showcasing their products here.

MORALFIBRE works to re-invent age old handcrafted fabric – Khadi that is unique to India and it is an important part of the world history. Making of Khadi fabric frees th environment from pollution and depletion, free people from poverty, and create sustainable and circular economy.

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Gram Sewa Mandal is a non-profit organisation, established in 1961 that works primarily in the domain of Water, Education, Food & Nutrition, Business & Finance, Energy & Environment, Agriculture and Animal & Wildlife.

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Blue Lotus is an ensemble of next generation entrepreneurs, weaver designers, dyers, weavers, weaver organizations -who are fully engaged with and proud of being associated with traditional practices of handcrafting.

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Nature Alley was created in 2012 with a vision to reimagine traditional Indian handicrafts with modern sensibilities. We make natural-dyed handspun and organic clothing and accessories collaborating with artisans from Karnataka.

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Tula is a not-for-profit social enterprise that brings to you garments from Indian (desi) traditional cottons grown organically by smallholder, rainfed farmers, with the Yarn hand spun by skilled khadhi workers and colored with natural dyes where required.

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At Usha Yarns, our ethics of sustainability are infused into everything we do every single day. We are actively working to help set the standard for a sustainable future of the textile industry, which historically has been guilty of generating large quantities of waste

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Weaver Bird is an organic clothing brand that works with the farmers, spinners, weavers and tailors to create beautifully designed sustainable clothing for men & women.

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Evolving styles in khaddar After fulfilling innings as an ENT Surgeon in large corporate hospitals, i decided to change tracks and pursue my other passion - design.

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Porgai artisans association is a society of 60 Lambadi women artisans who have revived the traditional hand embroidery of the Tamil Nadu's Lambadi community. We are based in the verdant Sittilingi Valley in Dharmapuri district.

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